Last Updated May 16th, 2018
- Types of personal information we collect
- How we use your personal information
- Data retention
- Protection of personal information
All users have access to the Cloud LaTeX service (“Service") through our website: cloudlatex.io. Every forms of data, content, and information described below are referred to as “Information."
By using this Site, you agree to be bound by the terms of our Privacy Statement of Acaric Co., Ltd., the principal company of Cloud LaTeX. LINK
We collect and store a variety of information when you register and use our website. This information includes;
Your name, Email address, password, faculty, major and IDs of Third party websites such as Twitter, Facebook and Dropbox when you provide us. We store your passwords as an encrypted strings, which means we have no way to identify your actual password.
Files: Files are stored through AWS S3 server. If you connect your account with Dropbox, we also store the files you may designate in the AWS S3 server.
Log data: When you access our service, each application/servers stores your log. This includes your requests on the website, tracks of exchanging data and errors of servers. These data are stored for improving our services only.
User access data: We collect access data, such as the type of browser that you use or the time when you access the service using Google Analytics and Keen IO.
Contact and Feedback: We collect contents of feedback and contact using UserVoice.
We use personal information to help us improve and deliver our services. We also use your email address for keep you posted latest information on Cloud LaTeX and our other services only.
We will retain your information as long as your account is valid and the service is available. If you want to cancel your account or stop providing your personal information to us, click “delete your account" on user settings page or let us know by email so that we can delete your account permanently.
Cloud LaTeX uses these technologies below to protect your personal information
Secure Socket Layer(SSL): Data transmission between the application servers and your browser is encrypted by SSL.
Data Encryption: Data you provide us is all encrypted by AES256 and stored in the AWS S3 server.
Keep your files temporarily: Some types of files such as preview images on PDF and other LaTeX compilation-related ones are stored in the application server temporarily. Those files are deleted periodically.